Friday, 15 December 2017

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  • AGE OF INFORMATION - Working together towards nation's development
    The current age of digital broadcasting allows anyone to voice an opinion at the click of a button. While it is a celebration of the expansion of our democratic rights as citizens, the sheer volume of information has changed the landscape of how we perceive certain issues. On social media, the news sent to end users are based on algorithms that depend on trending information, giving significant advantage to sensationalist marketing techniques and those with significant online presence and influencer capabilities. The age of information poses the highest levels of misinformation ever seen. To progress through the current uncertain economy, we must allow ourselves the space to move out of headline-based reading to look at issues holistically, and address the issues more specifically. Last year, we recorded a gross national income per capita of US$9,850 (RM40,188), inching closer to within 19 per cent of the US$12,235 set by the World…
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AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY - Matching growth with chang…

Consumer confidence in the automotive industry seems to have rebounded this year compared to last year, which was mired by economic uncertainty due to the appreciation of the US dollar. Even though d... Read more

AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY – Perodua’s success story bu…

Come January, the National Automotive Policy (NAP) 2014 will reached its fourth year of implementation. From the onset, the common goal was straightforward – to create an ecosystem in which hea... Read more

ISLAMIC PROGRESS - Being competitive globally is…

The eighth to 13th centuries were known as the Islamic Golden Age. It was an age where Muslims dominated the pursuit of knowledge and technology that influenced the sciences and engineering in the mod... Read more

2017 MALAYSIAN AUTOSHOW - A thank-you note to th…

The 2017 Malaysia Autoshow closed its curtains last Sunday, with more than 250,000 in attendance. When the idea fully government-backed annual motorshow was mooted more than three years ago, little d... Read more

MALAYSIA AUTOMOTIVE - Revving up local energy-ef…

By the time you read this article, the Malaysia Autoshow 2017 would have opened its doors to visitors. The autoshow will run from today to November 12 2017 at the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park in Serd... Read more

Malaysia Autoshow 2017 - The Autoshow That Is De…

The Autoshow That Is Designed for All Malaysia Automotive Institute takes a step further this year by taking the Malaysia’s largest annual autoshow to a whole new level. Malaysia Autoshow 201... Read more

MAI-UniSA PhD Research Programme is now open for…

MAI-UniSA PhD Research Programme is now open for application! Interested candidates who have Master Degree in the field of Engineering with a high GPA (>3.00), should submit their resumes at ... Read more

FEDERAL SPENDING - Vital to continue funding lon…

The government's attitude towards federal spending has changed significantly over last few years. Firstly, there was transformation in the way government revenue was generated through the implementat... Read more

POWERTRAINS - The case for electrification, sust…

The story of modern powered vehicles began in the late 19th century, when the four-stroke cycle engine was built in 1876, with Karl Benz starting the first commercially produced motor vehicles a decad... Read more

MAI and MIDF forms Strategic Alliance to Enhance…

MAI and MIDF forms Strategic Alliance to Enhance the Competitiveness of Vendors in the Malaysian Automotive Industry domestic  Kuala Lumpur, 19th October. Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI) and... Read more

GAME OF GLOBALISATION - Modern battle and its ro…

The celebration of Deepavali, or the festival of lights, finds it roots from Hindu legends that romanticise the triumph of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance. Similar t... Read more

PRODUCT CUSTOMISATION - Current advanced practic…

It's funny how American potato chips command a higher price compared to our local chips made from bananas or tapioca. Processes are most likely the same, yet they differ in perception or "status" as ... Read more

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